Vegans create a home of their own

Krizmanic, Judy
October 1994
Vegetarian Times;Oct94, Issue 206, p22
Reports on the plan of the Vegan Co-housing Working Group for the first co-housing project in the United States organized around the shared value of being vegetarians. Development of the concept of co-housing in Denmark; Misconceptions about co-housing; Main goal of the project; Contact information.


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